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HINGHAM HIGH SCHOOL 1985
Peter Carr, Mike Jordan, Debbie Carries, Ted Blazak, Steve Villani, Mira Koplovsky, Jen Sacon, Debbie Doroni, Mike Shane, Peter
Delano, Jeff Craig, Mike Faust.
Kim Fandel, Susan Grassal, Kendra
Schrauth, Tracey Campbell: Editor,
Michaela Tierney, Debbie Carnes,
Susan Johnson, Stacey Dedian,
Mary Cronin, Erica Larson, Nancy
Delorey, Debbie Doroni, Mari
Spirito, Amy Gulden, Michelle
Coulon, Karen Du Verger, Lauren
Tripp, Sara Hess.
Yvette Spirito, Mark Barrett, Jono Morse, Principal: Mr. MacLeod, Karen DuVerger.
Senior Class Officers
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Jay Hall, Treasure
Kendra Schrauth, Vice-President
Mari Spirito, Secretary
Evan Fitzwilliams, President
Marie Doyle, Demise Burke, Tanya Prime, Yvette Spirito, Jen Sacon, Debbie Doroni, Pam Lynch, Pattie
Johnson, Kim Cox, Mike Shane, Lisa Spellman, Kristen Wrede, Arlene James, Lisa Murry, Jen Gifun, Scott
Waugh, Joan Diggins, Mari Spirito, Deidre Cavanaugh, Angela Veneto, Chrissy Wade, Jay Hall, Courtney
Willis, Lauren Errichello, Mike Jordan, MichaelaTierney, Rodd Langenhagen, Joanne Walsh, Jay Muldoon,
Leslie Bonyman, Steve Baker, Debbie Carnes, Ted Blazak: President, Heather Ross, Bill Eaton, Suzanne
Mara, Leon Marrion, Amy Gulden, Kendra Schrauth, Bob Zaccardi, Rich Welsh, Julie Supple, Lisa McGo-
wan, Mark Stuart, Laura Carter.
Dr. W. Robert Carr, Chairman
Dr. James J. Gilbert, Vice Chairman
Mr. Mark Cullings
Mrs. Edna S. English
Mrs. Chrisanne Gregoire
Mr. Sammuel Rizzotto
Dr. Charles Taylor
MR. RICHARD MacLEOD
MR. ROBERT O'DAY MISS MEG GALLAGHER
Secretary, Guidance Dept.
Secretary, Guidance Dept.
Secretary, Vice Principal
Dept. Chair, Mathematics
Dept. Chair, Science
Dept. Chair, English
Secretary, Vice Principal
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Dept. Chair, Industrial Arts
Dept. Chair, Social Studies
Dept. Chair, Fine Arts
Ted Patrol ia
Dept. Chair, Language
Dept. Chair, Home Economics
Dept. Chair, Business Education
Dept. Chair's Secretary
Back Row: Anne-Marie Boyd, Adrianne Marcus, Emily DeGiacomo, Ellen Donaldson, Anne Chin, Allison
Downing, Laurie Svedman, Kelly Wallace, Jill Buckwalter, Julianne Sampson, Missy Chaffee, Jen Camp-
bell, Coach Hough. Front Row: Jen Mclnnes, Cynthia Bologna, Karen Shaughnessy, Kelly Costello,
Michaela Tierney, Tracy O'Sullivan, Kristen Wrede, Joanne Welch, Tricia Downey.
OLD COLONY CHAMPS 1985
VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY:
Back Row: Coach Hough, Debbie
Lapham, Sue Gilbert, Amy Travis,
Donna Towie, Anna Wolfe, Heather
Williams, Beth Duggan, Tracey Barr,
Denise Burke, Deidre Cavanaugh,
Jen Teagan, Chrissy Berard, Coach
Gordon. Front Row: Janet Quain,
Kim Fansel, Joan Diggins, Michelle
Berard, Leslie Bonnyman, Evan Fitz-
william, Tina Burke, Gwen Hall, Pat-
tie Comer, Katie Elder.
Top: Skip Lindell, Mike Dug-
gan, Tony Cortese, Ben Barros,
Paul Ellingwood, Tim Leahy,
Rick Lemay, C.J. Spirito, Scott
Webb, Doug Tolle. Middle:
Kevin Taylor, Don Pitcher, Pe-
ter Gartland, Niall Hood, Steve
Leonard, Chris Kent, David
Campbell, Matt Torney, Matt
Hurley. Bottom: Jen Leahy, Kir-
sten Tolle, Colleen Lemay, Jen
Nagle, Aileen Cahill, Elizabeth
Riedmond, Courtney Willis, Jen
Top: Kerrie Duffy, Maureen Supple, Lauren Devin, Cindy DeAgazio, Nicky Ullrich, Alisa Gustafson, Kate Crawford,
Kristin Harkins. Bottom: Cathy Spirito, Cathy Fahy, Janalee Ingrassia, Katherine Beal, Tanya Marcowitz, Jen Gifun, Nancy
OLD COLONY CHAMPS 1985
Top: Michelle Thorpe,
Michelle Veneto, Holly
O'Sullivan, Jeanne Fore-
ste, Maura Reilly, Mar-
sha Eaton, Julie Supple,
Lisa Murray, Julie Cham-
bers, Lynn Hallowell.
Bottom; Jenny Sullivan,
Andrea Mayer, Lori
Mayer, Tanya Prime,
Tina Alexander, Kathlyn
Cox, Mari Spirito.
Back Row: Craig Ellis, Glenn Smith, Jim Sullivan, Eric Ponterio, Brant Merman, John Hess, Scott Peterson, Peter Boomer, Peter
Winch, Andy Piotner, Danny Michon, Billy Rielly. Front Row: Rodd Lagenhagen, Eric Jantzen, Tim Carr, John O'Grady, Paul
Needam, Peter King, Rob Boyco, Scott Zelfer, David Rodgers, Brian Murphy.
Jay Hall, Sean
S c h w e r k ,
T r i b u n a ,
Sc h u werk,
Chris L e e j
Tim Magner. I
GOLF TEAM: Frank Mes-
sina, Billy Wallace, Rick
Libby, Dave Flynn, Chris
Ward, Mike O'Connell.
Top: Wendy Shuka, Tanya Stien, Ronnie Richmond,
Julie Supple Captin, Missy Mayo, Alison Smith, Steve
Herman Coach. Middle: Kathy Manning, Miwako
Messer, Aileen Cahill, Maureen Keaveney, Kristen
Hartkins, Tany Markwoez. Bottom: Jennifer Leahy,
Kristen Lampert, Mari Spirito Captain, Nancy Con-
ningham, Joy Thompson.
Top: Steve Leonard, C.J. Spirito, Craig Allen, Bill
French, Dave Zona, Paul Eilingwood, Coach Joe
Ryan. Middle: Ben Barros, Chris Kent, Rodd
Langenhagen, John Cannon, Matt Torrey, Adam
Myerov. Bottom: Don Pitcher, John Cahill, Doug
Tolle, Niall Hood, Tim Leahy.
Row 1: Bill Eaton, Co-Captain Ross Con-
dit, Todd Eikinas, Co-Captain Michael
Shane, Co-Captain Mike Levenson, Pat
Walsh. Row 2: Adam McKay, David
Coyne, Mike Long, Barney Shane, David
Shane, Bill Mahoney, Mike Daly, Matthes
Shane, Eric Brown, Managers: Sally
Schwalm, Judy Spivak. Row 3: Coach
Doug Bell, Paul Levenson, Matt McKenna,
Dan Fulton, RobCatnik, Brian Larson, Karl
Berggren. MISSING: Dave Ruggiero,
Kevin McNaly, John Myerov, Greg Elsden.
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Edwards, Scott Fitz-
gerald, Matt Welch,
John Sargent, Steve
Romano, Paul Berri-
gan, Richard Welch,
Flynn and Michael
Top: Coach Valentino, Jan O'Rouke, Katie White, Melanie Bonsor, Deidre McPhee, Maureen Supple, Becky
Carnes. Bottom: Jenny Sullivan, Nancy Ferrini, Jen Gifun, Sue Gilbert, Kim Gratta.
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Top: Coach Valentino, Holly O'Sulli-
van, Anna Wolfe, Melanie Bonsor,
Maura Reilly, Annmare Boyd, Donna
Towie, Coach Luciani. Bottom: Jenny
Sullivan, Joan Diggins, Lynn Hal-
lowell, Maura Reilly.
Top: Coach Garret Reagan, Tony Amonte, Rocco Amonte, David Rodgers, Mike Delay, Sean Canavan, Geoff Saplin, Tim Delay, Todd Fithian, John Magner,
George Eaton, Lenny Cinquegrano, loey Schwartz, Kevin Taylor. Frank Messina, Assistant Coach Tony Messina. Bottom: Scott Pearsons, Brian Lincoln, Jim
Cappella, Shawn Griffin, Captain Bob Hayden, Ron Hutchins, Chris Ward, Bryan Rosenberger, Billy Brooks.
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Top: Linda Hirtle (c), Jennifer
Street, Karen Malme, Lisa
Pimentel (c), Michelle Duffy,
Kim Amonte, Jeannie Haskins,
Laurie Brown (c), Suzanne Pink-
us, Judy MacCune, Elaine
Trudell. Bottom: Mary Long,
Leslie Bonnyman, Laura
McKenna, Patti Comer, Mar-
garet Mullane, Tracey Camp-
bell. Coach Schrieder.
Top: Jen Duff, Marielle Lang-
lois, Debbie Lapham, Michelle
Toland, Sue Gilbert, Kathlyn
Cox, Ylanna Binney, Donna
Towie, Sue McCann. Bottom:
Lisa Murry, Teresa Aimes, Kerri
Onassis, Kathy Long, Stephanie
Patch, Anne Marie Boyd.
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Bottom Row, left to right — Bill Har-
kins, Ed White, Mike Griffin, John
Gainey, Jeff Craig, Steve McAloon. Top
Row — Paul Sines, Chris Serimentis,
Charlie Buchey, Allan Parnell, Coach
Row 1: Cathy Fahy, Julianne Simpson, Kara Kei-
liher, Lauren Devin, Jen Tegan, Andrea Mayer.
Row 2: Kristin Petersen, Debbie Flynn, Erin Cana-
van, Pam McDonough, Liz Crowley, Natalie
Flaherty, Kelly Wallace, Jean Gifon, Amy Travis.
Row 3: Alison Downing, Trish Downey, Michele
Doran, A| Vaughn, Michelle Coulon, Wendy
Haviland, Sue Rogers, Sue Jacobensen, Betsy Kli-
ma. Sue Parsons, Kim Stinson.
Back: Coach Joan Williams,
Michelle Thorpe, Lynn Hal-
loweli, Lorri Mayer, Laurie Sued-
man, Sandy Martin. Front: Mar-
sha Eaton, Amy Gulden, A! Riley,
Beth Duggan, Lisa McGowan,
Anna Wolfe, Tina Alexander.
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Top, left to right — Jay Maloff,
Eric Kounce, Trip Grady, Dave
Dedian, Brian Kehoe, Tom
Giarusso, Geoff Saplin, Co.
Captain — Mark Barrett, John
Callus, Mike Levinson. Bottom
Row, left to right — Mark
McPherson, Mike Gullexson,
Steve Baker, Charles Carney II,
Pete Wilson, Co. Captain —
Mike Carr, Peter Prime.
Top Row, left to right — Mr. Herrmann, Courtney Willis, Shannon Seigler, Kristin Wrede, Kate Crawford, Suzie Frare, Julie Supple. Middle Row —
Michaela Tierney, Kerrie Hutt, Aileen Cahill, Maura Rielly, Julia Young, Kristen Tolle, Jenniffer Leahy. Front Row — Tanya Prime, Julie Joncas, Hadley
Donaldson, Nancy Cunningham, Cathy Spellman, Michelle Kehoe.
Top Row: Mr. Brown, Adam Myerov, Scott Webb, C.]. Spirito, Sep Shuwark, Peter Navin, John Mclnnes, Kevin Taylor, Steve Leonard, Mr.
Ryan. Middle Row: John Cahill, Mark Grundstrom, Steven Gould, Jono Morse, Ted Langil, Doug Tolle, Dave Buckwalter. Front Row: Don
Pitcher, Dave Morana, Billy French, Rodd Langenhagen, Chris Kent.
Top: Jen Voncks, Coach Sides, Jen Servetnk, Mira Koplovsky, Jackie Chessler, Kim Fandel, Lisa Bradlee, Chris Corey, Pam Wheeler, Chrissy Ayers.
Bottom: Jackie Bush, Lori Troia, Nancy Delorey, Lisa Troia, Liz Vonckx, Kristen Zooleck.
Doug Miller, Steve
Dimartinis, Paul Gab-
riel, Mike Faust, Lee
Speigler, David Gre-
goire. Tommy Leary,
John Cannon, Alex Kon-
draki. Coach Joel
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JUNIOR AWARDS ASSEMBLY:
BROWN BOOK: Debra Doroni
HARVARD BOOK: Ken Carr
DARTMOUTH BOOK: Sarah Hess
HOLY CROSS AWARD: Jay Hall
PRINCETON BOOK AWARD: James Mclnnes
SUFFOLK AWARD: Jen Sacon
COLBY AWARD: Peter Delano
MOUNT HOLYOKE AWARD: Kristen McNair
RENSSELAER MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE AWARD: Michael
ENGINEERS AWARD: Kristen McNail, Sarah Hess, Leslie
GOODSPELL: Directed by John Higgins. Music by Salvatore Bartolotti
ENSEMBLE: Peter Delano (Jesus), Charlie Dillaway, Dirk Schwenk, Mike
Jordan, Jay Muldoon, Laura Carter, Laura Barnet, Kristi Gibson, Crissy Wade,
Kendra Moyer, Laurel Carpenter.
CHORLJS: LisaTheophilos, KimStinson, Jennifer James, Jennifer
Nagle, Joanna Lovinger, Edith McClentic, Trisha Taylor, Lee
Ann O'Donoghue, Bill Eaton, Jon Metters, Yvetter Bottema,
Mindy Heller, Lee Ann Aprea, Carole Spannagel, David DeMag-
gio, Siobhan Connolly, Chrissy Reddish, Dona Cannon, June
Desnnond, Jennifer Goba, Thad King, Mark Hansberry, Betsy
Klima, Kristen Dettoni, Susan Manning, Kendra Boris, Jennifer
Moore, Ross Condit, Rachel Winokur, Tammy Budgett, Alice
Seddon, Stephanie Kelly, Meredith Cornell, Kristin Darling,
Mike Shane, Robin Moyer, Kristen Schulta, Amy Hutchinson,
Jason Cleary, Kathy Libby, Liesel Euler, John Vreeland, Debbie
Ricciarelli, Allison Smith, Judy Spivak, Dena Petitti.
DANCERS: Meredith Cornell, Kristen Dettoni,
Kendra Boris, Loanna Lovinger, Rachel Wino-
kur, Jennifer Moore, Edith McClentic, Lisa
MUSIC: Nancy Delorey, Bow Thayer, Robert
Zaccardi, Howard Rosenberg.
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Debbie Doroni, Debbie Bellojodi Doherty, Erin Kelliher, Heather Knox, Melissa Kelly, Carina Marson, Pam Lynch, Nancy Sullivan,
Erica Papagno, Kim Cox, Lianne Lally, Suzanne Mara.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
REP. TO THE
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS:
PRESIDENT: Evan Fitzwil-
liam, VICE PRESIDENT:
Kendra Schrauth, SECRE-
TARY: Marl Spirito, TREA-
SURER: Jay Hall
. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS:
PRESIDENT: Ted Blasak, VICE PRESIDENT: Jen Sacon, SECRETARY: Janet Quain, TREASURER: Joan Diggins
Howard Rosenberg, Nicky Ullrich
Bessie Samardegalis, Chrissy Wade, Joe Ryan, Jamie Mclnnes: Vice President, Peter Delano, Patty O'Regan, Kristy Gibson, Tina Lawrence,
Charlie Dillaway: Treasurer, Mindy Heller, Pam Hilta, Deb Lapham, Kim Stimpson, Deb Balcom, Kendra Moyer, John Metiers, Renita
Blumberg, Chrissy Wade, Deb Baurdon, Cheri Rouchier, Becky Herzberg, Bill Brewer: President, Jeff Grever: Secretary, Sue Cosgrove.
Ross Condit, Mark Hansburg, Mindy Heller, Alison Smith, Patty O'Reagan, Eric Livngston, Rachel Winokur, Kim Stimpston, Laura Barnet,
Chrissy Wade, Laurel Carpenter, Caral Spannaell, Peter Delano, Judy Spivak, Charles Dillaway, Joanna Lovinger, Ted Blazak, Chris Ricci,
Becky Herzberg, Jamie Mclnnes, Laura Carter, Jay Muldoone, Jennifer Moore, Michael Jordon, Christine Gibson, Dirk Schwenk, John
Metiers, Leanne Aprea.
Ted Blaszak, Paul Abreu, Paul Ellmgwood,
Elizabeth Crowley, Ylana Binney, Carosn
Hanrahan, Steven Baker, Pamela McDo-
AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE CLUB
Ladder: Ted Blazak, Dan Chafe, Kevin Pillar. Back Row: Andre Thompson, Samantha Horn, Mindy Heller, John Cannon, Jay Muldoon, Mark
Hansbury, Eric Livingston, Bob McCarthy, Skip Lindell, Anne Chin, Jennifer Nagle, Sarah Knab, Beth Frary, Susan McCann, Michael jordon.
Amy Vrzal. 3rd Row: Maureen Fitzpatrick, Dawn Bryanton, Jackie Johnston, Alison Smith, Tony Cortez, Scott Griffiths, Ross Condit, Joe King,
Peter Delano, Stu Gladstone. 2nd Row: Judy Spivak, Sandy Martin: Secretary, Gleen Wilson; President, Al Zuniga: Secretary, Kristen McNair,
Mina Messer. 1st Row: Marielle Langlois, Laurel Carpenter, Liz Voncke, Barbara Millie, Courtney Willis, Betsy Klima, Wendy Larabee!
ABSENT: Jennifer Martin: Vice President, Jennifer James: Treasurer.
Liz Vonez, Kim DeVito, Nancy Tanner, Al Zuniga, Stephanie Ponte, Sylvia Schuler, Sue Potzko, Tony Cortese.
FRENCH CLUB: , „ ^,. ^. ^ ,,.,
Jen Sacon, Amy Goulden, Murielle Jublin, Patti Scally, Rodd Langenhagen, Kenny Carr, Suasan Johnson, Betsy Klima, Lnn Kelliher,
Michael Jordan, Joanna Lovinger, Marisa De Filippo, Kathy Lucey, Ben Mabbett.
JohnCahill, KenCarr: Vice President, Al Cho, Rick Coffin: President, Sarah Hess, Niall Hood, John Lewis, Maurice Ling,
Erik Livingston, Scott MacDonald, Bob McCarthy, Mike Robinson, John Sargent.
National Honor Society Officers:
Sarah Hess, Leslie Bonnyman, Jay Hall,
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Row 1 : Kimberly Fandel, Kristen
McNair, Jeffrey Craig, Debora Dorini,
Alissa Crowley, Sally Schwalm, Jennif-
er Sacon. Row 2: Martha Mixson,
Glenn Wilson, Jennifer Ballou, Mary
Long, Mary Cronin, James Mclnnes,
Peter Delano, Howard Rosenberg,
Kenneth Carr, Susan Johnson, Michael
Faust, Gail McLaughlin, Christopher
Mahony. Ladder: Nancy Delorey, Leslie
Bonnyman, Sarah Hess.
Top Row: Michael Jordan, Dirk Schwenk, Peter
Delano, Jonathan Matters, Howard Rosenberg,
Leon Merian Middle Row: Erica Lambert, Nichole
Ullerich, Erin Kelleher, Matt Hurley Bottom Row:
Robin Belleck, Richard Harries
Standing: Carol Spannagel, Kim
Stinson, Cheri Foley, LeeAnne
Aprea, Stacy Linscott, Missy
Smith Front: Jannine Gervasi,
Debbie Bourdon, Lori Flagg,
Tina Canonico, Captains Tina
Lawrence, Cheryl Flagg Miss-
ing: Dawn Warburton
1st Row: Howard Rosenberg, John Kehew, Robert Beck,
Joe Ryan, Mike Robinson, Mr. Browne, Sean Donahue.
2nd Row: Bow Thayer, BobZaccardi, Peter Carr, Martha
Mixon, Doug Ross, Scott Zeller, Scott McLoud, SuePotz-
ko, John Diaz. 3rd Row: Tim Carr, Rick Coffin, Scott
Waugh, Maurice Ling. Missing: Tracey Campbell.
6th Row: Mr. Browne, Roland Bourdon, Robin Beiek, Tim Carr, Lydia Baldwin, Kristen Lambert, John Sargent, Mike Hyde, Bob Zaccardi,
Peter Bryanton, John Diaz, Scott McLoud, Alice Seddon, Scott Waugh, Laurel Carpenter, Jackie Chesster. 5th Row: Debbie Carnes, Janet
Plouffe, Laura Crowell, Lee Cotugno, Jeff Faust, Kevin Carroll, Tim Delay, Eric Koonce, John McNeilly, John Mortell, Scott Grillo, Adam
Larson, Ron Bitner, John Kehew, Peter Ruggiero, Michele Vereto, Chris De Maggio, Doug Shaw, Harry Leary, Matt Garvin, Scott Dolphin, Jim
McCarthy, Howard Rosenberg, Molly Pitcher, Susan Blair, Heidi Watson, Stephanie Kirven, John Hess, Michelle Doran, Angela Veneto,
Sean Donoahue, Michaela (lerney, Cindy Baltucci, Ann Savola, Ann laria, Tracey Campbell, Karen Milburn. 4th Row: Al Pratt, Adam
Myerov, Robert Beck, Mike Robinson, Peter Carr, Chris Pimental. 3rd Row: Ted Adamson, John Sagegian, Rick Coffin, Karl Berggren,
Melanie Bonsor, Rodd Langenhagen, Cynthia Cooley, Jerry Kimball. 2nd Row: Thad King, Peter Delano, Sally Schwalm, Betsy Klima, Lynn
Hallowell, Karyn Dettoni, Kathy Fahie, Tina Alexander, Sue Potzko, Sara Pitcher. 1 st Row: Anna Wolfe, Maurice Ling, Cindy Deagazio, Edith
McClentic, Missy Chaffee, Chrissy Wade.
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COVER DESIGN &
DRAWINGS BY MATT HURLEY
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Theresa Marie Anzuoni
Geoffrey William Asnes
NEZ: The Mule May Kick But He Will
Still Plow — I.L.U.SC.A. Member of
the Bad Crew
Jennifer April Ballou
When I leave I don't know what I'm
hoping to find, when I leave I don't
know what I'm leaving behind . . .
Rosalind Denise Barner
I must now put my knowledge to use, as
I leave my path of smoothness into the
world. No matter how good or bad this
world can be, remember God is watch-
ing over us.
Mark Graham Vincent Barrett
Most likely to succeed. Good luck to al
of the class of 1985.
Timothy Alden Belknap
. . . leaving no choice . . . showing you
the way i n or the way back out ... may
your tracks be lost in the darkened
snow . . .
Elizabeth Ann Bel lew
You're gonna walk that endless high-
way. Walk that highway until you die.
All you children going my way, better
tell you home life sweet good bye. The
Band — Grateful Dead. Oh ya! Love ya
Mom and Dad!
Deborah Lynn Bello
Take your time, think a lot, think of
everything you've got, for you will still
be here tomorrow, but your dreams
David Stetson Bennett
Michelle Carol Berard
You can't tell which way a train is going
by looking at the tracks.
Susan Eleanor Blair
We came together as strangers, we stu-
died together as friends. We graduate
together in unity because friendship
never ends. Thanks guys! I love Ya!
Some things do last forever! Swept
Away — D.R. Stick Figures . . . Blue
Eyes 1&2, Good Bye H.H.S.!
Edward Louis Blaszak III
Student Council President, Debating
Team, Drama Club, A.F.S. Harbolight,
Reporter for Hingham Mariner, and an
over zealous activist ... Do not follow
where the path may lead. Go instead,
where there is no path and leave a trail
. . . Goodbye to all.
Leslie Marie Bonnyman
Those who have shared in the simple
pleasures have found the best things in
life . . . Butter flies are free to fly; fly
away! High away . . . Bye Bye . . . E.J.
H.H.S. Field Hockey ... F.L. ... S.S.
and A.W. the perfect friends . . .
Thanks Mom and Dad . . .
Brian Lawrence Bosse
Don't put off until tomorrow what you
can do today.
Though you want it to last forever, you
know it never will.
Cheryl Ann Bouchie
Roland Albert Bourdon III
The road through life leads in many
directions. We all will not go in the
same direction, but hopefully we will
Debra Marie Bourdon
This paper may crumble, the words
may fade, but never the memory that
has been made.
Lisa Ann Bradlee
True friendship is something you have
to work for, but once you attain it, it's
Jonathan Michael Breen
William Richard Brewer, Jr.
Christine Dorothy Brooks
Leave me alone, I'm having a crisis —
G.L. . . . Screws: Mushie mouse; Jude;
Riles; Suppie; Tutska . . .
Betsy Lin Brown
England 83-84 . . . stuffed and wanker
. . . S.Q. California 4/85 . . . red, red
wine . . . body works . . . square pegs
. . . dead ends . . . Raspberry Lime
Rickeys . . . Brigham's like or love? "I
told you so!" D.F. — Snowball 84 . . .
playboy bunnies — kidnap breakfasts
— I love you all!
Jennifer Marie Brown
Remember the Golden Night and C's.
Turn to you! Jen and Keith forever . . . .
Dawn Marie Bryanton
Friends may come and go, but memo-
ries will last forever! Craigville '81,
N.H. Summer of '82, J.T. Depression
Parties, P.W. Short People in the Back,
M.F. Our talks of everything, A.F.S.
Wheding Exchange '84.
David Bruce Buchwalter
Charles Richard Bucki
It's up to you, just fight evil in your
mind . . . It's up to you . . . The more
you give the more you'll find . . . How
long will ittaketill everyone will under-
stand that we must fill our hearts with
Christine Louise Burke
When you see a chance, take it . . . '85
... T^ ... The cape .. . W.H. "Doc-
tor" ... #17 ... #22 ... "Cleavage"
S.H. Wouldn't that be cool 11 -0-4 VVI.
Weezie 5:00 A.M. I promise M.B.D.
Weak . . . Phil, Stein, The Mobile, The
Pit, Nieva, Just take it all ... Pepsi,
Mary Louise Cafferty
Always look towards tomorrow be-
cause there will never be another yes-
Sean Patrick Cafferty
If you can't dazzel them with your bril-
liance, then baffle them with your BS.
As long as you know you tried your
hardest it doesn't matter what others
think. B.H.Y.L. A.F.S.
John Patrick Cahill
Lisa Meionie Cameron
James Baxter Campbell
Robert Francis Campbell
To all, to each, a fair goodnight.
Tracey Anne Campbell
And there is so much time to make up
. . . Everywhere you turn . . . Time we
have wasted on the way . . . Never
forget . . . North Beach, N.Y.C. Band
Trip, Dead Shows and the Brady Bunch
. . . It's cool.
James Christopher Cappella
Many people ask me what do you want
to do with your life! I WANNA
Deborah Ann Carnes
There are many people that we will
meet in our lives, but only a few will
make a lasting impression on our minds
and hearts. It is these people that we
will think of often and who will always
remain important to us as true friends.
Charles Cole Carney
Kenneth Ira Carr
The huge monster vs. the ugly green
. . . C period Brightam . . . We are bet-
ter than you . . . The police Station . . .
"Love knoweth not its own depth until
the horror of separation."
Michael Edward DeGraff Carr
Ford L.T.D. Wagon . . . There's no sub-
You don't need a weather man to know
which way the wind blows. Listen:
there's a hell of a good universe next
door; let's go . . . The Cabin
Jennifer Gail Carroll
Don't stop thinking about tomorrow
. . . Snow blizzards of '84 ... O.C.
beach bound, celebrate good times . . .
weezie-n-tweety . . . Tina and her Pep-
si. It's lady's night ... oh what a night!
Boston . . . Pam remember beach '82
• . . . Stowe, remember? (Ted-n?) G.S.T.
The vodka queens and always the
memories of H.H.S.
Ivana Maria Castro
Michael John Cavatorta
Julianne Stuart Chambers
Don't walk in front of me, I may not
follow. Don't walk behind me, I may
not lead. Just walk beside me, and be
my friend. The unforgettable bug . . .
Hard habit to break . . . M.F. ... Meg,
Patty — Remember Henry the Staple.
Matthew Scott Chisholm
See ya! B.C.C. 85
Albert Sungsoo Cho
We have done so much with so littlefor
so long, that we are now qualified to do
anything with nothing . . . Bono Lives
Jennifer Mary Clifford
Always do right. This will gratify some
people, and astonish the rest.
Richard Stuart Coffin
The reward of a thing well done is to
have done it. CABIN
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Patricia Jean Comer
The secret of life is enjoying the passage
Ross Edward Condit
We are the guardians of a great human
function. We have achieved much and
we have erred often. We are only men
and we are only seekers. But we seek
for truth with the best there is in our
Jeffrey Sargent Connor
Love pit — Long underware . . . skiing
69z28 . . . Late nights . . . Angle's in-
securities . . . better use it before you
get too old. I can feel it coming in the air
tonight . . . going away . . . trie Ridge.
Christine Marie Corry
It doesn't matter ... I'm not going to
major in it anyway. Warehouse, BCN
Bayside Expo Party, Caldor, Irene's Bay
Banks, Roxanne, Polo, Bronco II, cos-
mopolitian, "you send Me", Dial-A-
Lash, instantly innocent, BMWs,
pirouettes, Freeoird, watching rehear-
sals, "Where's the car?"
Anthony Richard Cortese
Don't let your dreams run away from
you ... go after them.
Susan Ann Cosgrove
In order to have friends, one has to be a
Thomas Francis Costello
I don't know where I'm going ... I
don't know what I need . . . But I'll get
to where I'm going and that's all right
with me. P.H.H. '85
Michelle Maria Coulon
Ali, Lis, Wendel, Smeph, Cimpa, Sno-
nut, Al V Er, forever friends . . . Eskimo-
pie?? Lovepit , . . B.K. . . . Gee your
hair smells terrific! Rod Eyeliner . . .
Outsiders? Ringdings . . . Sailing, Val-
salva and Dent's? Jitterbug . . . Ding
. . . Stud ley
Maria Elizabeth Cox
A friend is someone who understands
your past, believes in your future,
accepts you the way you are today and
loves you anyway . . . Don't forget:
Elvis on . . . Elvis off . . . Writeme-selfa
note, hockey games . . . Hey Pat,
Jeffrey Taylor Craig
Baseball . . . Nude Twister . . . Celtics
. . . Mr. P.E. Captain Craiga . . . Sports
Co-Editor . . . "Turn out the lights the
Mary Frances Cronin
The only reward of virtue is virtue, the
only way to have a friend is to be one. A
friend is a person with whom I may be
Patricia Maureen Cronin
Imagine what life would be like without
music! Elvis, The Beatles, Janis and U2.
Remember . . . Relax Mama! Oh lord
wont you buy me, I saw it, I saw it . . .
The rose, the Cohasset Reservoir
Rocks, Another 15 or 20 minutes . . .
Alissa Doucet Crowley
I an't believe I just said that . . . EXPO
. . . Squirrel . . . Squid . . . Milly . . .
Sue . . . You light up my life . . .
Filen'es Basement . . . Memorial Day
. . . Football Game . . . Locked DesK
Drawer . . . Key Rex . . . Minute Rice
. . . Ron's . . . Caldor . . . Edna . . .
Pauline Therese Daley
David William Dedian
Stacey Marie Dedian
For long you live and high you fly, and
snniles you'll give and tears you'll cry,
and all you touch and all you see, is all
your life will ever be.
Peter Davis Delano
Attempt the end, and never stand to
doubt; nothing's so hard but search will
find it out.
Stephanie Ann Delmonico
Success seems to be largely a matter of
hanging on after others have let go.
Nancy Jean Delorey
Kimberly Anne Devito
And we shall walk through all our days
with love remembered and love re-
newed. 1 1-1 Ipo Snowflakes . . . mov-
ies ... Colleges . . . icicle . . . The
Police . . . Duran Duran . . . Guaca-
mole . . . Changes.
John Anthony Diaz
The wheel is turning and you can't slow
it down, you can't let go and you can't
hold on, you can't go back and you
can't stand still. If the thunder don't get
you then the lightnin' will. Watch out
for that simple twist of fate.
Gregory Steven Diercks
Joan Marie Diggins
The soul afraid of dying never learns to
Charles Andrew Dillaway
If true artists would unite they could
rule the world, but they don't so the
world rules them.
Joanne Marie DiLoreto
A time it was and what a time it was, a
time of innocences, a time of confi-
dences: Preserve your memories . . .
Black Mountain . . . James Bond . . .
How you doing? . . . every once in
awhile . . . Sledding at Furnace Brook
. . . Hockey games . . . Patty's towel
. . . Nuclear Missle.
Debra Jean Doroni
Student Council, National Honor Soci-
ety, Yearbook, Harborlight, Student
Board, Cheerleading, Angelo's Love to
Unis and Fred, Hail Raoullel, Scott, 32,
Love Pit, If you can imagine it, you can
achieve it, if you can dream it, you can
Stephen Edward Dougherty
Jean Helen Downey
Marie Louise Doyle
Beth Ann Duggan
Memories are forever . . . Field Hock-
ey, Lacrosse, The Outsiders, Liquid
Sky, Barnside, Seasick? "O.K. you
heroes" Cohasset Party, An early Dai-
quiri? Story Hour, Swatch Watch, The
Beach, Suave, On the roof. Wildcat
. . . They'll never fade away."
Sabrina Jean Dunlap
Karen Ann DuVerger
Always leave them laughing when you
Marsha Elizabeth Eaton
Born on a mountain. Raised in a cave,
Rockin' and Ridin' is all that I crave!
9/84 D, R&R, PIT, EEKG, TA, "I can't
drive 55" PW, ME, TM. CP, TT, CB,
JH, HW, JB, DB, RS, UK, TO
For ever trying to make weight . . .
Lumpy! Keep smiling Sue, Smurf finally
grew, S.I.I.D. But I am quick, right
Ragu . . . What's that small Juliann?
Roll down the Windows! ! Never forget
you guys ... Is it all over already.
Katherine Margaret Elder
Brian Arthur Elsden
Lisa Michelle Emery
When you say goodbye, it doesn't
Thomas Merrill Emier
Life is always changing, So in the
world, change is the only thing that is
constant . . . Discipline, or the lack
there of make you you . . . T.L.R.P.
Joseph Manuel Enos
Summer of '83 ... Being with B.C.
Give me life on the road ... 2 A.M.
Milton . . . Road Trips ... Pit Stops . . .
Friends from here, there// Fords The
Stones Cellar Doors left unlocked . . .
Dislikes Sunday nights and dents ....
Eleanor Frieda Evans
Christopher John Fahy
Houdini, Bam Bam, Kid Q
Good friends, good time . . . #72 . . .
out late night . . . running on empty . . .
Hand Football? You can't always get
what you want ... No it isn't strange,
after changes upon changes we are
more or less the same. Thanks Mom
Kimberly Anne Fandel
Life is fortified by many friendships. To
love and to be loved is the greatest
happiness of existence . . . Field Hock-
ey, Tennis, YL, Remembers Steve, SB,
MK, K.IT, N.D. J.H. E.L. Famous Fri-
day Night . . . Sunrise or a Sinking Boat
. . . Swept Away
Diane Margaret Fanning
A heart is judged not by how much you
love, but how much others love you.
Michael John Faust
Four years Varsity Tennis . . . Boy's
Stae Delegate . . . Sports Editor, Harbo-
light. Who's Who in America High
School Students, R.P.I. Medal, Nation-
al Honor Society ... He who does not
hope to succeed has already failed.
Sailin' on: Cape excursions . . . Wher's
Tuna? Quality maneuvers — It's outta
hand by this point. "There are two
paths to be traveled on, but in the long
run, there's still time to change the road
I'll really miss this place, Sure I will! . . .
MMA ... It finally is happening
We will survive . . . ALKO-ALKO ALL
DAY . . . GDH . . . Football — Basket-
ball — Golf.
If you're patient in one moment of an-
ger, you will escape 2100 days of sor-
row .. . P.W. "Only You!" . . . B.D.,
Papers! Bazil! Peter? . . . Taz: Some
people think its holding on that makes
one strong. Sometimes it's letting go!
Evan Marie Fitzwilliam
If you smile at me I will understand,
because that is something everyone
does in the same language . . . N.H.
#22 . . . Batmobile, Jokerman Dance,
Wouldn't that be cool? MBD! All over
it! Time and place for everything. Rasp-
berry Lime Rickey
Cheryl Anne Flagg
Color Guard ... To T.L. — I.L.Y.
L.A.S; F.F.! ... To M.M. — Y.A.M.I;
1-4-3! TO CLASS ... When you're
cold from the inside out, and don't
know what to do. Remember Love and
Friendship, and warmth will come to
David Terrence Flynn
There is a time to let things happen and
a time to make things happen . . .
P.H.H. '85 ... Thank you and ...
Good Night! Parker Kidnap Breakfast
. . . Runny Eggs . . . Stunts . . . minor or
major . . . Ringling Bros. Barnam and
Bailey ... I told you so B.B.!
Jeffrey Lee Crever
Michael Joseph Griffin
Shawn Michael Griffin
Hockey . . . Torspo Sticks . . . Nut-
cracker . . . "Winning isn't everything,
but losing sucks."
Amy Chase Gulden
Student Advisory Council . . . Lacrosse
. . . KAGE, French Club — Mammy —
icebergs, S.S.C.C, M.V., P. O'W. Pip,
Twisting b.t.p., fakeish-sleepish, E
period French, fortune cookies.
OONA's, English Beat, Mass Pike to
Boston?? K.K.T.O.C, Rock, Jump &
Jennifer Ann Hale
You're reaching deep inside you for
things you've never known. It's been
tougn, rough goin', but you haven't
gone alone. Helping hands besides
you, friends to bring you through, so
much that they've shown you so much
you can do!
Scott Michael Haley
Follow your heart . . . living for today
. . . forget tomorrow . . . follow your
heart . . . any other way will only lead
to sorrow . . . follow your heart . . .
don't wait any longer! TRIUMPH
Gwendolyn Inta Hall
J.C.C. . . . P.S. . . . Bermuda . . . Wan-
na play pool? Time may change me,
but I can't change time ... Do you
relate? Tod . . . T^ . . . The Cape . . .
Road Trip . . , Too much is never
enough . . . Field Hockey. I can't stand
loosin ... I L. Ya. ... G.G.G. . . .
James Buchanan Hall
Take time for the little things and the
pleasures each one brings . . . Tennis
. . . Squash . , . Soccer . . . Adirondacs
84' (Mt. Golden ... The Goat . . . Mid-
dlebury #2 . . . Breakfast Bio . . . The
"Bug" . . . Sunday Football . . . cam-
Caroline E. Hallowell
The past is water under the bridge
Thanks O.C.L. Champs!!! Face . .
Carson Matthew Hanrahan
yeni ve linte yulpar avanier: si man i
yulma nin enguantuva? sindanoriello
caita mornie: falmalinnar; tier un-
dulave lumbule: nai hiruvalyte vali-
mare, o, atani, le linnathon noldo ar
nole untupambar atanieva ....
Don't try to be what you're not, you are
yourself and no one else. Thanks Mom.
Peter Michael Hanson
William Henry Harkins, Jr.
The harder the battle you see the swee-
ter the victory . . . Sept. 22 . . . Mar-
shfield . . . PHH 85' . . . TOGA! Hallo-
ween Brewers . . . Great Hill . . . Suf-
fragette City ....
Suzanne Ellen Hart
I am not interested so much in what I do
with my hands or words as what I do
with my feelings. I want to live from the
inside out, not from the outside in.
Michael Andrew Hartin
Simplicity is the shortest distance be-
tween two points//
John Andrew Harmsen Harvey
Christine Michelle Hatch
There are two things to aim at in life:
first, to get what you want; and after
that enjoy it. Only the wisest of man-
kind achieve the second ....
Wendy Anne Haviland
Robert Emmett Hayden
Mindy Sue Heller
Drama 9-12, Chorus 9-12, AFS 10-12,
NEFTY 9-12. Life is a bummer but live it
to its limit because this is your only
chance to shine.
If you love something set it free, if it
comes back to you, its yours, if it
doesn't hunt it down and kill it.
Sarah Virginia Hess
Trust in the Lord with all your heart and
lean not on your own unaerstanding; in
all your ways acknowledge Him, and
He will make your paths straight.
Nicola Margaret Hood
Well Biff, you know! It's been a great
year, the best ever. The memories will
last forever. Give me an H! Carribean
bound! Who's daffy? Hey Patter, R.B.?
or? Why does this year have to end? . . .
Luv ya 85'!
Elizabeth Ellis Horte
When you think the world is full of
confusion, just remember it's a;; a
Matthew L. Hurley
It is those who follow their own desires
that cut a pathway through the briers to
find the estuary of the river where they
will find a drunkeness that won't bother
Ronald Robert Hutchins
Some folks are born into a good life,
others get it anyway. Bruce . . . Hockey
. . . Ell . . . Jennifer ... To all to each, a
Happiness is sometimes looked for, but
then it seems unreachable. If you just
let it happen it will bring you the best
times of your life.
Kerri Ann Hutt
Christopher Bret lacomini
Jennifer Elizabeth James
Mittersill .. . Y.L. ... What do ... do
on Saturday night? . . . Violent Femmes
. . . Something ugly . . . Grasshopper
loves Master . . . A.F.S. Immersion . . .
bells and loafers ... the Algerbra song
. . . Glen's . . . Those who care to color
only within the lines end up with very
Keith Allan Jermyn
The world is a cycle with no end, Life
and death are its boundaries, in be-
tween lies reality; outside — imagina-
Susan E. Johnson
The meek shall inherit the earth, the
rest of us look to the stars.
Jacqueline Carrie Johnston
But those who trust in the Lord for help
will find their strength renewed. They
will rise on wings like eagles; they will
run and not get weary. They will walk
and not grow faint.
Dawna Kristine Jones
What happens to a dream deferred?
Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun?
Or crust and sugar over — like a syrupy
sweet? Maybe it just sags like a heavy
load. Or does it explode?
Erin Anne Kelliher
Senior Prom '83, Love Pit! Crocket —
M.H.H.D.S.C. Otis!! Chicken Salad;
weekends . . . raspberry Lime Rickeys.
Hingham does Durham! Subs anyone?
I'll bring the salad A. V. ! My lists? Snow-
ball '84. Pajama man! Twisting b.t.p.
Sailing . . . Bula, Lisa? Bermuda '85
Wendell Hale Kelley, Jr.
We can change the world, rearrange
the world . , . It's dying to get better . . .
What a trip . . . Saranac SPO ... All
you need is love . . . Peace.
Ursula Ann Kerchner
. . . with a LITTLE help from my friends!
Mira Joan Koplovsky
Everybody wants me to be what they
want me to be, I'm not happy when I try
to fake it. Swept away ... Tiny ...
Famous Friday Night ... The
Weekends . . . Gladys . . . S.K.K.N.M.
We go together . . . Somethings do last
Donna Ann Krause
If you love something, set it free; if it
comes back it's yours. If it doesn't, it
never was found. It never will be!
James Joseph Laliberte
Mercy droppeth as gentle rain from the
Heaven. Upon the place beneath. It is
twice blest — it blesseth him that gives
and him that takes ... To Esyned, do as
you wish . . . you had . . . and you'll be
all you wanted.
Lianne Marie Laily
The dancer slows her frantic pace in
pain and desperation, her aching limbs
and down cast face aglow with per-
spiration. Keep on smilin' through
these be final days, when the lignt
comes through the haze, a new world
Keith Joseph Lambert
Life gets tougher towards the Summit.
The cold increases . . . responsibility
increases . . . Thanks Jen . . . Love You.
Edward Joseph Langi
Wendy Anne Larrabee
A friend in need is a friend indeed.
Erika Lorraine Larsen
If we eliminate space, all we have left is
here. If we eliminate time, all we have
left is now. And in the middle of here
and now, don't you think we might see
each other once or twice?
Randall Bryan Laughlin
One thing is forever good; that one
thing is success . . . #63 . . . Bermuda
'85 ... P.H.H. '85
Audrey Maria Lawrence
Aud, Aud-Bear, Smaud, Laundry
Dreams . . . Hold on loosely, but don't
let go. If you cling too tightly, you're
gonna lose control. Mom I Miss You
. . . Ruth, Larry Emeryboard, The
Bears, Dinks, L.C. Brother Vin, Liser,
Montreal '83 . . . Martha's Vineyard
Tina Louise Lawrence
Life goes on and the dreams will con-
tinue and for every dream you have, it
just might come true. There's more to
life than receiving what you want and
to enjoy what we have.
Harold Joseph Leary
As you get older the mind gets weaker.
Things you would have never done be-
fore are now done at wi 1 1 . It's true when
you're a child you're safe, when you're
older you wish to escape the world
closing on you.
Colleen Le May
Michael R. Levenson
All that we can do is just survive. All we
can do is to help ourselves ... is stay
alive. Thank you and good night.
Brian David Lincoln
The past must be remembered when
planning for the future.
Sharon Marie Loiacono
Mary Laura Long
Where you place your time, you place
your life; when you place your life you
place your love.
Darren Michael Lund
Stephanie Ann Lydon
Life doesn't always live up to your ex-
pectations, but naving great friends
who you really care about and can rely
on makes living much more enjoyable
. . . Viva L'ltalia!
Pamela Ann Lynch
I'll always remember my friends — and
the good times we've shared ... THE
FRIDAY COUNTDOWN ... the
worthwhile wait . . . Allright #84
WAM ... The Hill — McNuggets . . .
Summer of '82 . . . J.C. . . . Pike ... '84
... L.T., N.S. 7-11 ... 3:00amT.B.
. . . Ritza's . . . Sesame St. ... The
Forest . . . Spritzers ....
Robert Thomas Magi! I
Michael David Maguire
Christopher Joseph Mahoney
George J. Malouf, Jr.
Thanks ... CD.
John W. Manley
If we couldn't laugh, we would all go
Suzanne Marie Manley
May you be in Heaven one half hour
beforethe Devil knows you're dead . . .
Member of the boo crew . . . (DRM)
Harry Thomas Mann, Jr.
Turn out the lights, the party's over.
Suzanne Michelle Mara
Some people say that strength is holdin
one; some say it's letting go . . . Senior
Prom '83 ... Devin . . . Wench . . .
B.B. . . . 4/85 Calif. . . . JQKeyes?? July
3rd. Hingham does Durham . . . UVM
. . . raspberry Lime Rickey's . . . End-
less Love . . . Red Roses . . . Goodbyes
. . . Thanks Mom and Dad ....
Daniel Frank Marin!
Lori Ann Marshall
There is no distance on this earth as far
as yesterday . . . Thank you M.M., J.C,
B.S. and all my friends . . . The Barn
. . . G.S. Good TIME 14, 29 . . . Thank
Rob, Muzyme . . . Good Luck all!
Carinna Joan Marson
You are the sun, you are the rain that
makes my life thisfoolish game . . . You
need to know, 1 love you so, and I'd do
it all again and again . . . Cheering '84
. . . My Fuzzy's comin' home! . . .
H.M., E.P., J.D
Sandra Kaye Martin
Be as the stars, unchanging in the firma-
ment . . . Guiding others through the
darkness by your steadfast light ....
Debora Frances Mascioli
A glance over the shoulder, but nothing
more; I don't like looking back like this.
It's not as clear as it used to be. Thanks
Mom and Dad.
Lorri Ann Mayer
How much good inside a day depends
on how good you live 'm. How much
love inside a friend depends how much
you give 'em. Thanks L.H., C.S., B.S.
and all my friends; Soccer 4-ever . . .
Team #1 ... NAT; Lacrosse . . . Ban-
dies . . . Summer '84 ... Beachboys
. . . The Gang — Good Luck!
Charles Joseph Mazzulli
Todd Charles McAdams
It's been real . . . It's been fun . .
hasn't been real fun.
Stephen Francis McAloon
Happy are those who dream dreams
and are ready to pay the price to make
them come true . . . P.H.H. '85
Lisa Frances McClearn
Love to Mom and Dad . . . Thanks to
Mr. and Mrs., D.C., L.M. and M.C
forever friends Mike, Ken, Phil, . . .
BCC '84 ... The girls . . . parties . . .
forever! My first all-nighter, 18th ....
William Duncan McCormack
Lisa Anne McGowan
Clear eyeliner . . . Love Pit ... B.K.
after Lacrosse? The Livingroom . . .
Summer of '84 . . . 143 S . . . George
and the Kinky Sisters. GREEN MONS-
TERS ... Ski Trip, Incognito Pinto . . .
Homecoming '84 ... Jitterbug ...
Orange cones in Cohasset? My best
friends never forget . . . just move on.
James W. Mclnnes
If you get kicked in the head get up fast
or they'll kick you again: Know who
your friends are, and let them know
Laura Jean McKenna
All the world's indeed a stage, and we
are merely players, performers and por-
trayers . . . each anothers audience
outside the guilded cage . . . (bush)
Bobby's Party . . . Cakafalo . . . Boston
. . . Wrong Way . . . Hull Cut (summer)
. . . Always ST, BA, JA, LM.
Gail Patricia McLaughlin
Rock, Jump and Holler — Trinity . . .
Gymnastics . . . '81 -'85 . . . squatalupe
hidalgo . . . U. Mass '84 — Malibu . . .
Hey Ya Know?? Mass Pike . . . down-
town Boston?? S.W.G. — L.K., S.F.,
M.N., Take three — A.G., I would die
4 U= Jimish!!
Scott Matthew McLoud
We all bear witness as history unfolds.
Let's hope tomorrow can deliver on the
promise that she holds . . . Don't look
back in anger, don't look ahead in fear.
You just keep takin' her as she comes
until she comes in clear . . . Cabin
Kristen Manon McNair
MASP '84 ... It Cracked ... We are
better than you and perhaps the birds
. . . Blister in the Sun . . . R.E.M. . . .
The Violent Femmes . . . Don't Go
Back to Rockville . . . Haverford
Weekend? Paul Betts . . . That which
destroys me makes me strong ....
Jonathan David McNeilly
Sitting on top of the world ... Mt.
Washington, Saratoga, Mars Hotel,
The Great Nebula in Orion ....
Jeffrey Moseley Mehegan
Debora Leigh Miller
My memories of Hingham will last a
lifetime; before 1 had a chance to count
them all, my memories have turned to
love. Thanks Mom and Dad! I Love
Heather Jeanne Miller
Step into the velvet of the morning . . .
Let yourself lay back within your
dreams . . . Take on the situation but
not the torment . . . Now you know its
not as bad as it seems . . . Always me
and ski ....
Amy Beth Mindick
Jeffrey Vincent Mine
David Wayne Mitchell
Life is not long, and too much of it must
not pass in idle deliberation . . . how
shall it be spent ....
Michelle Debra Mitchell
Remember the golden night and C's
. . . turn to you . . . who needs a license
. . . When you close your eyes . . .
Summer '84 ... Goodbye J.T., M.T.
MS. M., T.H., and M.G. I'll miss you
. . . ThanksJ.B., L.M., J.C, and B.S. for
Martha Chase Mixson
There's a world you're living in ... No
one else has you part ... All God's
children in the wind . . . Take it in and
Joseph Anthony Monaco
Jonathan Mark Morse
When the horse is dead ... get off!!
Margaret M. Mullane
I got a smile for everyone I meet
Take care class of '85.
Paul Edward Murphy
Patricia Ann Nee
The memories I have in the back of my
mind will never be erased while we're
going through time. Love ya Mom and
Papa T., J.C, T.C., P.S., T.C., K.P.,
R.M., H.D., G.A., T.T., E.P., L.L.,
S.R., L.B., J.O., S.M., P.W.
Gerald Francis Nelligan, Jr.
Joyce Marie Nese
Follow your dreams, chase them
down, don't let them get away, you'll
never get another chance to find them.
Thanks D.H., we made it.
J. Robert Noble
Well-timed silence hath more eloqu-
ence than speech . . . "Lori"; P.O.,
J.D., M.L., C.I.: Canada '82.
Paul Joseph O'Brien
It takes a tough old soldier to keep
going through it all ... But we're so
much less than human, when we lose
one of our own . . .
Susan Mary O'Brien
There is no armor against fate
Michael Joseph O'Connell
If you see someone without a smile,
give him one of yours.
Eric Hans Olsen
Ross O' Han ley
I'm gonna put wax on the trax and slide
on outa here!
Colleen Susan O'Neill
Patricia Margaret O'Regan
When in doubt listen to the children,
for only then, through their innocence
and ignorance, will speak the truth . . .
Agnes . . . New York . . . Beach Parties
. . . Christmas Carolling . . . Jew Jew
Bee's . . . Friday Night Celtics Games
. . . Spacehunter . . . Popcorn Fights
. . . Buckaroo Bonzai ....
Erica Holly Papagno
The future is full of the memories we
leave behind . . . friendship Li, Pic,
Rin, Dilo ... Cheerleading ... 1983
— time for changes . . . lucky . . . E.T.
. . . wild horses . . . Donna Summer
... Rubbertree Plants ... M.F.! Sul-
livanized . . . ML.H. Thank you every-
one . . . Lover or life . . . always a smile
for you ....
Alan Jesse Parnell
James Lee Pearsons, Jr.
Donald Folsom Pitcher
Leslie Ann Player
Janet Lee Plouffe
To make the world a friendly place one
must show a friendly face.
Carol Jean Pohl
I made it through the rain ... I l<ept my
world protected ... I made it through
the rain ... I kept my point of view ... I
made it through the rain . . . and found
myself respected by others who got
rained on too and made it through.
Albert Nelson Pratt
So 1 unlocked your mind, you know to
see what I could see. If you'll guarantee
the postage I'll mail you back the key
. . . You're talking a lot but you're not
saying anything . . . The Cabin: where
everything is real.
Michael Jame Press
The rules of the road have enlarged; it's
peoples gains you've got to dodge, but
it's allright mama, I can make it ... .
Thank God . . . Me and my car made it
through the year . . . Math my favorite
subject??? Not too shabby Augi . . .
Peter Kindwane Prime
One way to outthink people is to make
them think you think you're not really
thinking what you're trying to get them
to think you think . . . H.H.C. '85
Janet Frances Quain
Do not follow where the path leads.
Rather, go where there is no path and
leave a trail . . . Thank you Mom! B.B.,
J.S., S.M., K.S., H.R., E.F. —always
The hua rahi kite whai hoa me rite ano
te whakaaro. Thank you Hingham . . .
Thank you A.F.S.
Shannon Leigh Reed
I may not know where I'm going ... I
may not know what I need. But one
thing is for certain ... I know what I
want ... So want you free me and I wi 1 1
paint a perfect picture . . . New York
. . . New York . . . New York ....
Daniel Francis Richards
Everyone I know is lonely and Cod's so
far away, and my heart belongs to no
one so now sometimes I pray please
take the space between us and fill it up
Mary Ann Rielly
Alison Pauline Riley
Bula, Smef, Gimpa, Wendle, Lis, Erin,
Heath, Al — weekenders, lacrosse, fat
rocks, eyeliner, fresks, M.C's favorite
fruit, pajama man, p. crew, z. crew,
g.g. slicks, story hour, navaho interior,
Erin stories, He's so ugly! Ghandi,
U.V.M., isolationists, F.G., Liquid sky
... All Memories ....
Lon Joseph Robertson
Anne Marie Rocha
Paul Michael Rogalski
The world is weird, it is stupendous,
awesome, mysterious, unfathomable;
make every act count, since you are
going to be here for only a short while;
in fact, too short for witnessing all the
marvel of it.
Howard Bruce Rosenberg
It's been a long time coming, . . . It's
going to be a long time gone . . . Ap-
plaud friends, the comedy is over ....
Bryan Keith Rosenberger
You can get it if you really want, but
you must try, try and try, try and try.
You'll succeed at last. Get your mind
set on a dream. You can get it although
hard it may seem now ....
Heather Caldwell Ross
Great it is to believe the dream . . .
When we stand in youth by the stormy
stream, but greater a thing to fight life
through and say at the end the dream
was true ....
Life is full of fulfillments and dis-
appointments, so live your life to the
fullest, and on't ever let go of your
dreams . . . Kim and Brad — Lowell
weekends the best . . . Harley forever
. . . Hey Dan I made It!!!!
I have played my games ... I have
played my ritual ... I'm gonna tell
Agamemnon 1 quit! ... If man is a work
ofart, then dammit, lets improve it ... .
Joseph Bernard Ryan
Jennifer Pamela Sacon
The best way out is always through . . .
so wench . . . square pegs . . . jhuda
babes . . . thanks for everything . . .
May 17 ... Dill! ... Phone Bills ...
like China . . . smugglers . . . the "D"
. . . C.S.F. . . . We love the things we
love for what they are ....
Jorgen Christer Sandgren
Geoffrey Carter Saplin
Patricia Marie Scally
I've been happy lately thinking about
the good things to come and I believe
that it could be that good things have
begun ... SSI, 2&3 BT Joe Morgans
. . . Rhonda . . . Tanker . . . South
Pleasant St. FB, SB, LENNIE, SUE.
Kendra Jean Schrauth
Don't part with your illusions. When
they are gone you may still exist, but
you have ceased to live ... We're all
over it . . . Daboot . . . Nantucket . . .
New Hampshire . . . Doritos . . . UVM
. . . Shredded lettuce . . . Thank you
. . . these memories will last forever.
Sally Anne Schwalm
Time can't destroy its beauty, for as
long as memory lives . . . Years can't
erase the pleasure that the joy of
friendship gives ....
James Dirk Schwenk
Those who are first shall later be last
. . . Those who are slow shall later be
fast. For the times they are A'changing.
The Cabin . . . The Tower . . . Quebec
. . . Montreal . . . Kleen Truck . . . Mol-
leculor Lettuce . . . Plaid is Bad . . .
Institutionalized . . . Godspell . . .
The speech of flowers excels the flow-
ers oi speech . . . But what's often in
your heart is the hardest thing to reach
. . . And life is one long mystery my
friend, so live on, live on, the answer's
at the end.
Never let your schooling interfere with
Sharon Ann Shaughnessy
Matthew George Shaw
Wayne Scott Simmons
Bryan Seth Skulsky
Standing in the middle of nowhere
wondering how to begin . . . caught
between tomorrow and yesterday . . .
between now and then . . . And now
we're bacl< where we started . . . here
we go round again . . . Day after day I
get up and I say come on and do it
Gary Albert Smith
Whatever will be will be . . . the future
is ours to see . . . Thursday night D.P.
. . . Glum Cicle Jerks . . . Dream On
. . . Government . . . Long Distance
. . . Everything is dust in the wind . . .
Left at Spitbrook . . . Right on Daniel-
webster ... P.H.H. '85
Virginia Beverly Smith
Ginny . . . Gin
May we never lose sight of our ambi-
tions, for our tomorrow is created by
our hopes and dreams of today . . .
Paul, August 21, 1983 ... Heather,
you're my best friend! I'll miss you next
Cheryl Jeanne Sommer
Those crazy nights, I do remember in
my youth. I do recall those were the
best times most of all ....
Linda Joan Spalluzzi
All I want is to see you smile . . . If your
life was bad to you
ing about tomorrow
red wine . . . lunch .
don't stop think-
. . . Sincere thanks to everyone who
has been a friend . . . Spaz ....
Marl Anne Spirito
Get Psyched!!! Soccer Champs . . . Bill
Grogan's Goat . . . We love Track!!
Real Harbormen give Blood . . . P.P.
Ski! That's a very good thing — Bicky,
Gina, Clowy's Angels . . . M.A.S.C.
how do you feel? You think you're in
the movies and everything is so
deep . . .
Yvette Marie Spirito
May tomorrow be a perfect day . . .
May you find love and laughter along
the way . . . May God keep you in his
tender care . . . Till he brings us
Back Again! . . . Miss You WHS . . .
Lucy, Joanie loves you — Am I dream-
ing or has itfinally happened! Just think
good thoughts, K. What is reality any-
way? Mom and Joe thank you for ev-
erything . . . Love your songbird . . .
Cartagena waits for us all
James Lewis Sullivan
Open the door and walk through, for
today cannot be changed but tomorrow
can be better . . . May I take your coat
Nancy Ellen Sullivan
Julie Anne Supple
it's not how much you have . . . It's
how much you enjoy . . . Basketball,
Andrew William Swanson
Patricia Lynn Taylor
It's a fool who plays it cool by making
this world a little colder ... Do you
have a puppy in your car? Slurpies ... I
would Die 4-U. Thanks Mr. B. and
Mrs. T. Incredible Hair. My truck . . .
Mo Hick Trash.
William Bowman Thayer
Nothing left to do but smile, smile,
smile . . . cause life is a carnival . . .
believe it or not ... Red Rocks . . .
Bermuda . . . Many Dead Shows . . .
Come one and all . . . it's a celestial ball
. . . Frank Tierney's class A Block . . .
Frank Zappa concerts ....
Jennifer Ellen Thompsen
Andrea Marie Thompson
Becas . . . Internacionales . . . New
York . . . West Virginia . . . Bailando
. . . Ecuador Caminata . . . De Viaje
... La Mora ha llegado para despedir-
nos los sentimos mucho pero tenemos
que irnos y esV2eramos vernos pronto
... a la hora de nuestro proximos ex-
cuentro ... el fantasma amistoso.
Lisa Ann Toland
Although a smile is how a friendship
begins ... a memory is how it lasts . . .
Working the 7-3 shift at QANH with
Beth ... U. Mass 84-85 .. . PIKA .. .
DD'S B period . . . Fort Revere . . .
Monticello's Shawn . . . Groovy.
Douglas Kindall Tolle
Paul Douglas Tribuna
Cape Bound Again ....
Lauren S. Tripp
Don't stop thinking about tomorrow
. . . Don't stop, it will soon be here . . .
It will be here better than before yester-
days gone ....
When you know all life's answers they
change the questions . . . Love you
Mom and Dad, M.E., C.B., J.S., J.H.,
P.M., L.B., S.M., S.O., S.T., T.L.,
L.M., P.W., . . . Being the first skier
down the mountain just after a snow-
Joseph Michael Vardaro
Allison Jacklyn Vaughan
My weekender's, I'm gonna get evicted
. . . Central's 3rcl floor biy's room . . .
Late night anyone! How many people
can you fit in YOUR Volvo? Snowball
'84 ... Did I play Lacrosse? Bermuda
'85 ... See you in 1990. P.H.H. '85
Stephen Anthony Villani
Margaret Mary Warner
If time could determine life's wishes, it
would stop in order to grant them all;
since it doesn't, you must reach out and
grab them before they fall ... Good
luck everyone ... we made it!
David Barry Warshaw
When the world Is running down you
make the best of what's still around.
The deflating tennis ball . . . S.I.T.D.
John, once a week . . . Dan and stuck in
the mud . . . Outer limits, bus rides and
bound for L.A
Kevin Shawn Wheaton
If you choose not to decide, you still
have made a choice ... I will choose
above, I will choose freewill . . . Xana-
du .. . Obtain immortality . . . Killing-
ton ... 2 nights . . . Zoo Mass . . .
Duck Pond . . . B-C, Mt. Kataden . . .
the knifes edge . . . suspended ....
Patricia Anne Wheeler
Today is only a dream and tomorrow is
only a vision, but today well lives
makes every yesterday a dream of
happiness and every tomorrow a vision
of hope. Good luck class of '85. M.F.,
N.H., D.B., D.T., R.B., E.W.
Pamela Jean Wheeler
Varsity Tennis 9-12 Captain . . . No-
thing is impossible to a willing heart
. . . Spain '85 . . . fiestas . . . The Cape
Paradise . . . AHM . . . Clash . . .
Bruins games . . . Dad & Betsy 4/85 . . .
Roozer Boozer . . . Road Trips . . . Jim's
BMW . . . Blue Bomber ... 143 JDM
. . . Dire Straits . . . dungeon . . . New
Year's Eve . . . UZ . . . graduation! col-
lege bound . . . Thanks Mom.
Bradford Victor White
In a little hilltop village they gamble for
my clothes ... a bargain for salvation
and she gave me a lethal dose ... 1
offered up my innocence ... got re-
payed with scorn . . . Come in, she said
... I'll give you shelter from the storm.
Edward Earl White
Keith William Whited
This life's dim windows of the soul dis-
tort the heavens from pole to pole and
leads you to believe a lie when you see
with, not through, the eye. The Cabin is
always there, but never present ....
Heather Spaulding Williams
Who do we do now??? 143 J.F.B. 9/2/
84 Chicago . . . Mooshie Mouse, My
Buddy, Pit, E.E.K.G. Lacross, lunch
majors . . . What tangled web we
weave, e pointers . . . The Kai ...
Good Luck class of '85!!!
Eric Tage Wi liner
Glenn Allen Wilson
Lisa Ann Winquist
James Scott Wrede
Too much of anything is just enough
... All I can do is smile, smile, smile.
To achieve wisdom you must first expe-
rience foolishness: perfect gentleman
ski bum . . . Live Love Laugh . . . Trish,
Erica ... I will survive . . . Cinnamen
girl ... Peace . . . frozen roses for you
. . . that's how much I care . . . Thanks
Mom and Dad ....
John Joseph Zona
Toliveyourlifeinyourown way ... To
reach /or the goals you have set for
yourself ... To be the you that you
want to be ... That is success . . .
Thank you and Good Night.
Alfred A. Zuniga
The People, the faces, the personalities
burn forever in the fire of my memories
... This could be an eulogy to the years
that have gone by, but this is more of a
melody to the class that will never die.
Susan Ruth Thorton
Kevin Michael Canonico
Deborah Elizabeth Hall
Seniors: Class of 1985
Kevin Michael Anfield
Robert Craig Burbick
Sean Robert Carlson
Shawn Michael Devlin
Janet Lauise Stidstone Emery
Mark Edward Grundstrom
Diane Marie Henry
Joseph Dennis Lampert
Steven Adam License
Robert Francis Ludwig
Robert James McLore
Brian Gerald Murphy
Joseph Mario Pitaro
Barton Harleigh Price
Kendall Layne Rosenberger
Lisa Mary Sorrentino
Judith Suzanne Spivak
Laura Grace St. Pierre
Christopher Andrew Sullivan
Mary France Travers
Michael Edward Walker
John Hiilman Williams
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